Have you ever ordered a pizza with so many toppings that they made your pizza soggy and harder to eat? More is not always better, in pizza or business.
“Sometimes I think it stems from an idea that something needs to be complicated to hold more value,” writes entrepreneur and Inc. contributor Paul Jarvis.
“When we make or build things for a living ... our minds are great wheelhouses of ideas, constantly churning. Our creativity is what makes us, us. It's brainstorming. But too often we don't then scale it back to its essence, to its minimum viable product or its ‘here's the idea with everything removed except what's necessary to make it work.’”